We’ve already briefly covered making a reproducible example, but I thought I’d go a little more in-depth on the very helpful function dput().

Whenever I am having trouble applying an operation to some R object, and need help, but want to avoid the potential hassle of transferring files and code to another person’s computer, I look to make a reproducible example and/or use dput() to efficiently convey the problematic object.

The simplest way to see how dput() works is by example, so…

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